National Geographic December 1930
Gigantic Brazil and Its Glittering Capital
South America’s largest country puts on the glamour in flamboyant Rio de Janeiro, where wide shopping streets sell Western and Brazilian goods and a cosmopolitan sense of well- being prevails.
The World’s Highest International Telephone Cable
North American and Chilean engineers brave the physically demanding Andes Mountains to install a buried cable, safe from the elements, that links Chile with the rest of the world.
New Greece, the Centenarian, Forges Ahead
Friendliness and folk festivals prevail in Greece, where subways and man- made lakes coexist with classic architecture. This series of color and black- and- white photographs captures a nation in its 100th year of independence.
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